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Tajikistan Economic Overview

Basic data Capital Dushanbe Population 9.83 million Language official language Tajik, widespread Russian Religion Islam (over 96%) State system presidential republic Head of State Emomali Rachmon Head of government Rasulzoda Kochir Currency name somoni Travel Time shift +3 hours (+4 in winter) Economy 2021 Nominal GDP (billion USD) 47.5 Economic growth (%) 5 Inflation (%)… Read More »

South Korea Market Opportunities

As the Korean economy had to deal with a year-long slump due to the pandemic, it was necessary for the government to focus some of its attention on repairing the damage and restoring confidence, in addition to carrying out industrial restructuring and working in the “post-corona economy”. In 2020, a total of USD 262 billion… Read More »

Lithuania Market Opportunities

MFA: Strategic opportunities for foreign exporters In 2020, Lithuania could boast the smallest drop in GDP (−0.8%) in the EU and is among the EU member states that are expected to recover economically from the crisis the fastest in the next two years. The improved result – Lithuania’s economy was previously expected to shrink by… Read More »

Visa to China

Travel to China in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic Although normal international travel in the rest of the world has almost returned to normal, in the case of China, cross-border movement remains greatly restricted and limited by the Chinese authorities. When traveling to China, one must expect the difficulty of obtaining a visa, very expensive… Read More »

Cities and Resorts in Turkey

Beldibi (Turkey) The small resort town of Beldibi is located between Antalya and Kemer. It looks more like a traditional Turkish village and is suitable for a relaxing family holiday and for a secluded holiday for newlyweds. In the vicinity of Beldibi there are lemon and orange groves, so the local air is filled with… Read More »

Types of Tourism in Balearic Islands, Spain

Beach According to polyhobbies.com, the length of the coast on the island of Mallorca is 555 km. it has more than 76 beaches, and 22 of them have been awarded the “blue flag”. All beaches are municipal and free. A sunbed and an umbrella on the beach cost 2-3 euros per day. Not far from… Read More »

Rybinsk, Yaroslavl Region (Russia)

According to howsmb.com, Rybinsk is located 90 km northeast of Yaroslavl at the confluence of the Volga and Sheksna rivers. The city is known as the former capital of burlaks and is one of the points on the Golden Ring tourist route. Settlements on the site of the present city have been known since 1071.… Read More »

Italy Sightseeing

Olbia, Sardinia island (Italy) Olbia is located in the northeastern part of the island of Sardinia. In the distant past, it was an important Roman port. Now one of the two international airports in Sardinia is located here. The island itself is the second largest in Italy after Sicily. Not far from Olbia are the… Read More »

Garden of Peace Between Countries in Salt Lake City

Garden of Peace between Countries in Salt Lake City (Salt Lake City, USA): detailed description, address and photo. Opportunities for sports and recreation, infrastructure, cafes and restaurants in the park. Reviews of tourists. This botanical garden is located within Jordan Park. It was founded in 1939, but work on its creation was interrupted by the… Read More »

St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York

St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York (USA) – description, history, location. Exact address and website. Reviews of tourists, photos and videos. New York – the Big Apple – the city of millions of people and bright lights, the city of the American dream and great events, the city of amazing places and outstanding sights. And… Read More »

Armenia since 1991

According to topschoolsintheusa, Armenia is a State Republic of Transcaucasia. It borders Georgia to the N, Azerbaijan to the E and SE, Iran to the Sand Turkey to the West. The territory, with no outlet to the sea and with an average height of 1800 m, culminates in Mount Aragac, of volcanic origin (4090 m).… Read More »

Best Time to Visit Cyprus

The most beautiful island on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea – Cyprus. Rich nature, sandy beaches, excellent service, mild climate, many attractions – all this disposes tourists to a pleasant and eventful vacation. The climate is favorable for health. The coldest air temperature in winter is 15 degrees Celsius. Each resort in Cyprus has… Read More »

Brief History of Wyoming

Population: 568.158 thousand people (2011) Area: 253348.0 sq. km According to citypopulationreview.com, Wyoming, the State of Equality, belongs to the group of so-called Mountain States. On the map, it looks like a regular rectangle, the boundaries of which are strictly limited by latitudes and meridians. In the language of the local tribes, “Wyoming” means “changeable… Read More »

Brief History of Wisconsin

Population: 5 711.767 thousand people (2011) Area: 169639.0 sq. km The origin of the word “Wisconsin” is shrouded in mystery. This is the name of one of the major rivers of the state, but its etymology is debatable. The English probably borrowed from the French an erroneous interpretation of the word “miskashinshin”, which in the… Read More »

Brief History of West Virginia

Population: 1,855,364 thousand pers. (2011) Area: 62755.0 sq. Km In the southeastern United States is West Virginia, which is the only area in the South Atlantic that has no access to the Atlantic Ocean. The capital is Charleston. See West Virginia counties. The lands of West Virginia lie in the territory of the Appalachians, the highest… Read More »

Brief History of Washington

Population: 6 830.038 thousand people (2011) Area: 184827.0 sq. km According to citypopulationreview.com, Washington was nicknamed the Evergreen State because of the huge amount of coniferous forests. This area is characterized by high humidity and the largest number of cloudy days per year in the United States. This climate is due to several mountain ranges,… Read More »

Brief History of Virginia

Population: 8 096.604 thousand people (2011) Area: 110785.0 sq. km In the east of the United States, one of the South Atlantic states is located – Virginia, which is the 10th in a row. According to citypopulationreview.com, its capital is the city of Richmond. The list of major cities in the region includes Virginia Beach,… Read More »

Brief History of Vermont

Population: 626.431 thousand people (2011) Area: 24923.0 sq. km The 14th state in the northeast of the United States is Vermont, which is located in the New England region. It is one of the smallest states in the country, with the capital city of Montpelier. The state became part of the country in 1791. The… Read More »

Brief History of Utah

Population: 2 817.222 thousand people (2011) Area: 219887.0 sq. km According to citypopulationreview.com, Utah belongs to the Mountain States. Despite the apparent homogeneity of landscapes, the “hive state” (nickname of the state) is distinguished by a variety of landscapes and bizarre natural forms. The state owes its name to the Indian tribe, which was called… Read More »

Brief History of Texas

Population: 25,674.681 thousand people (2011) Area: 696241.0 sq. km The Lone Star State of Texas is second only to Alaska in territory and California in terms of population. The vast wealth of Texas has made it the leading agricultural, oil and gas, chemical, cattle breeding and financial center of the United States. The toponym “Texas”… Read More »

Brief History of Tennessee

Population: 6 403.353 thousand people (2011) Area: 109151.0 sq. km According to citypopulationreview.com, the state of Tennessee is located in the east of the United States and is the state of the so-called Southeast Center. The first inhabitants of this territory appeared here at least 12,000 years ago, and they belonged to the following cultures:… Read More »

Brief History of South Dakota

Population: 824,082 thousand people (2011) Area: 199905.0 sq. km According to citypopulationreview.com, South Dakota is named after the Dakota Indian tribe. The Missouri River, which flows through South Dakota, divides the state into two approximately equal parts – eastern and western. Another geographical region is also distinguished – the Black Hills. The east of the… Read More »

Brief History of South Carolina

Population: 4 679.230 thousand people (2011) Area: 82931.0 sq. km According to citypopulationreview.com, South Carolina is called the Sabal Palm State. The territory of the state lies in the subtropical climate zone, with high humidity due to the Atlantic Ocean. The winter period is characterized by small sub-zero temperatures, mostly without snow – precipitation falls… Read More »

Brief History of Rhode Island

Population: 1,051.302 thousand people (2011) Area: 4002.0 sq. km On the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in the New England region is the smallest US state – Rhode Island. In the pre-colonial era, the Wampanoag, Niantic, and Narragansett Indians of the Algonquian peoples lived here. In 1524, the first European arrived in Narragansett Bay –… Read More »

Brief History of Pennsylvania

Population: 12,742.886 thousand people (2011) Area: 119283.0 sq. km According to citypopulationreview.com, Pennsylvania is one of the US states whose motto is “Virtue, Liberty and Independence”. The Dutch and Swedes were the first Europeans to settle in what is now the state. In 1681, a large territory west of the Delaware River was transferred by… Read More »

Brief History of Oregon

Population: 3 871.859 thousand people (2011) Area: 255026.0 sq. km According to citypopulationreview.com, Oregon, one of the Pacific states, is distinguished by its natural diversity. Beaver State is located in a mountainous area. The Coast Ranges rise on the coast, behind them the Cascade Mountains rise to the east with the highest point – Hood… Read More »

Brief History of Oklahoma

Population: 3 791.508 thousand people (2011) Area: 181196.0 sq. km According to citypopulationreview.com, the landowner state, Oklahoma, is located within the Great Plains. Endless steppes indented by large rivers of the Mississippi basin (Red River, Canadian, Arkansas ) occupy most of the territory. To the east alone are the low mountain ranges of Washita and… Read More »

Brief History of Ohio

Population: 11,544.951 thousand people (2011) Area: 116096.0 sq. km The Horse Chestnut State is named after the Ohio River, one of the major tributaries of the Mississippi. The river is the state’s natural boundary in the south. To the north is Lake Erie (one of the Great Lakes). The districts near Erie are lowlands, rising… Read More »

Brief History of North Dakota

Population: 683,932 thousand people (2011) Area: 183272.0 sq. km In the north-central United States is the state of North Dakota, which is the 48th most populous state in the country. Its capital is Bismarck. The largest cities are Fargo and Grand Forks. To the north of the city of Minot at a distance of 21… Read More »

Brief History of North Carolina

Population: 9 656.401 thousand people (2011) Area: 139509.0 sq. km According to citypopulationreview.com, North Carolina is a South Atlantic state located in the eastern United States. For thousands of years, Indian tribes belonging to the “Mississippian culture” lived in the state. Today you can see the Town Creek mound preserved from those times. By the… Read More »